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Sony/Columbia gets into Print on demand

Postby molly1216 » Sat Sep 18, 2010 5:40 pm

from their site
http://www.sonypictures.com/homevideo/c ... y-request/
Interesting they include clips from the films on their site.

NEW SONY MOD TITLES:

The 27th Day
The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock
711 Ocean Drive
Address Unknown
Apache Territory
Arizona Raiders
Battle of the Coral Sea
Birds do It
The Black Arrow
A Bullet is Waiting
The Case Against Brookly
Cell 2455, Death Row
Charge of the Lancers
City Streets
Conquest of Cochise
Counter-Attack
Crash Landing
Criminal Lawyer
Father is a Bacherlor
Five Finger Exercise
Foosteps in the Fog
Forbidden Trail
Fury of the Congo
Genghis Khan
The Guilt of Janet Ames
Hoedown
Hot Blood
The Interns
Johnny Allegro
The Juggler
Jungle Manhunt
Jungle Moon Men
The Long Haul
Man on a String
The Man Who Turned to Stone
Mickey One
New Orleans Uncensored
The Night the World Exploded
No Greater Glory
No Time to Be Young
Over 21
Pickup Alley
The Pumpkin Eater
Pygmy Island
Saddles and Sagebrush
The Shadow on the Window
A Song to Remember
Song Without End
The Soul of a Monster
Storm Center
A Study in Terror
Surprise Package
Synanon
Tarawa Bachhead
Three Stripes in the Sun
12 to the Moon
Winter a Go-Go
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Re: Sony/Columbia gets into Print on demand

Postby hoytereden » Sat Sep 18, 2010 6:07 pm

Jungle Jim!!! 8) :)
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Re: Sony/Columbia gets into Print on demand

Postby molly1216 » Sat Sep 18, 2010 6:36 pm

hoytereden wrote:Jungle Jim!!! 8) :)


so far i didn't find too much
but i did find an art buchwald film Surprise Package and a Ruth Gordon play Over 21
but i like clips.
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Re: Sony/Columbia gets into Print on demand

Postby hoytereden » Mon Sep 20, 2010 3:01 pm

molly1216 wrote:
hoytereden wrote:Jungle Jim!!! 8) :)


so far i didn't find too much
but i did find an art buchwald film Surprise Package and a Ruth Gordon play Over 21
but i like clips.

The clips are nice. :)

The JJs are among the jungle films I loved as a kid with some of the others being: the Ramar of the Jungle tv series, the Bomba films and, it goes without saying, the many Tarzan movies.
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Re: Sony/Columbia gets into Print on demand

Postby HGervais » Mon Sep 20, 2010 3:19 pm

A Study in Terror interests the Holmes fan in me but I need to see if there is an actual DVD available in region 2 first. Still really don't like the whole paying more for less aspect of burn on demand.
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Re: Sony/Columbia gets into Print on demand

Postby mkiker2089 » Mon Sep 20, 2010 6:04 pm

I'm with Harold on this. It's great that they want the stuff out, and they want our money. I just don't understand the problem they have making limited runs. With suppliers like amazon, deepdiscount, and best buy who are willing to carry endless assortments can't they use more traditional methods to sell these? If they want to cut out the middleman that's fine but it doesn't explain it fully.

Even beyond that it's not as if each movie will be printed only once. If they are going to bother to put them on the list they should at least do it right.

I watch HDnation and it gives a list of new Blu Ray releases every week. If some of that stuff has made not only to disc but to Blu Ray, then anything on Sony's list should be just fine. You know Blu Ray has made it when it when you see stuff like Gwar and forgotten Carrot Top movies on the format.
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